Gardens: High Performance Objects, Tasking and Migration for Cluster Computing

@inproceedings{Roe1997GardensHP,
  title={Gardens: High Performance Objects, Tasking and Migration for Cluster Computing},
  author={P. Roe and Clemens A. Szyperski},
  year={1997}
}
Gardens is an integrated programming language and system which supports ee-cient parallel computation across workstation clusters. In particular it addresses the three goals of: high performance, adaptive parallelism and abstraction. High performance is the goal of parallel computing, and abstraction simpliies programming. Adaptive parallelism entails a program adapting during its execution to utilise a changing set of otherwise idle workstations. Tasks are used as units of work, and task… CONTINUE READING

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